The Austin Duck Derby. How about watching rubber ducks instead of bats on the Congress Avenue bridge? At this rubber duck derby benefiting the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Austin Area, Austinites show up in flocks to watch thousands of eco-friendly rubber ducks launching from the iconic bridge. The fastest ducks win prizes, and you can adopt a duck for $5 for a chance to win those prizes, such as a new car or a week's stay in Telluride. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. duckrace.com/Austin.
Banger's 7 Year Anniversary & Beer Festival. If there's one thing you can count on, it's that there will be some ridiculously good beers available at Banger's anniversary bash every year. Banger's taps some of the best kegs from its cellar and, this year, has a number of collaborations staff members have done with breweries including Two Wheel and Pinthouse Pizza. On the food front, the Rainey Street bar will have Evan LeRoy, of LeRoy & Lewis, coming by to cook with Chef Ted Prater in the new smokehouse. 11 a.m. Saturday. Free. 79 Rainey St. facebook.com/events/344357549792061/.
The Blazin' Beer Crawl. Georgetown's first beer crawl is a self-paced walking tour through the town's downtown retail stores and restaurants, which will have craft beer tastings that you can sample as you go. Hot and spicy snacks will also be available. Both general admission and VIP ticket holders will receive a souvenir tasting glass and a map of all of the participating locations; additionally, VIP goers will also receive an event hat and a swag bag. Tickets provide 12 2 oz. samples; more can be purchased. 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday. $25-$55. Downtown Georgetown. mainstreet.georgetown.org/beercrawl.
White Linen Night. The 2nd Street District has brought back one of downtown's most anticipated culinary events. Benefiting the Austin Food & Wine Alliance and Farmshare Austin, White Linen Night invites locals to break out their best white apparel and chow down on delicious bites from some of the city's top restaurants. (Refreshing sips will be available, too, of course. R&B singer-songwriter Tje Austin also performs. Participating eateries include La Condesa, She's Not Here and Swift's Attic. 6:30 to 9 p.m. Saturday. $55-$85. West Second Street. 2ndstreetdistrict.com/whitelinen.
America Martin. In Wally Workman Gallery's seventh solo show with the Los Angeles-based painter, Martin shows that she is inspired by form and figure as depicted by the Impressionists and Modernists of the early 20th century, with a concentration on line and flat color. Opening reception: 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday. Show: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, noon to 4 p.m. Sunday through Sept. 1. 1202 W. Sixth St. 512-472-7428, wallyworkmangallery.com.
Carly Rae Jepsen at ACL Live. There was a brief moment during the “Call Me Maybe” era when it seemed like the Canadian pop savant might be a one hit wonder. Well, she showed you, haters. Two hot-selling and critically acclaimed collections of candy synth jams later, Jepsen is at the top of her genre. Her new album “Dedicated,” written after a difficult breakup, wraps introspective lyricism in summery earworms like “Party For One,” a defiant ode to single life that’s also a dance floor sizzler. Phoebe Ryan opens. $39-$40. 8 p.m. Saturday. 310 Willie Nelson Blvd. acl-live.com. — Deborah Sengupta Stith
Arrival: An Immigration Story Slam. The Austin History Center and the South Asian American Digital Archive host an afternoon of live storytelling centered on early experiences of Austin immigrant community members. Samip Mallick, director of the First Days Project and co-founder and executive director of the archive, will be in attendance to share with attendees more about the archive and its other digital projects. Immigrants members of Austin can share their five-minute First Days story with attendees. 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday. Free. 810 Guadalupe St. facebook.com/events/504737720267965/.